Poll: Bernie Sanders Takes 15 Point Lead in New Hampshire

Gabbard is doing pretty good (8%) despite being shadow-banned (my opinion) by Google.

I see dropped-out Kamala . . . isn’t making fun of Gabbard’s numbers any more.

Bernie is going to win Iowa (also my opinion) and now this . . . .

Poll: Bernie Sanders Takes 15 Point Lead in New Hampshire

Democratic presidential candidate Senator Bernie Sanders gestures after speaking during the 2019 J Street National Conference at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, DC on October 28, 2019. (Photo by MANDEL NGAN / AFP) (Photo by MANDEL NGAN/AFP via Getty Images)

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HANNAH BLEAU

28 Jan 2020

Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) is on the rise in New Hampshire, surging past his closest competitors by double-digits, according to an American Research Group poll released Tuesday.

The socialist senator is experiencing a surge in his neighboring state, garnering 28 percent support — 15 points more than former Vice President Joe Biden (D), who garnered 13 percent support. Pete Buttigieg (D) and Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) followed closely behind Biden with 12 percent and 11 percent, respectively.

Rep. Tulsi Gabbard (D-HI) came in fifth place in the Granite State with eight percent support . . .

Tucker: Bernie Sanders intends to upend America’s economic order

Jan. 28, 2020 - 6:11 - Bernie Sanders could easily become presidential nominee; media, elites work to stop his rise.

https://video.foxnews.com/v/6127033818001?playlist_id=5198073478001#sp=show-clips

Do you really think Bloomberg is a serious contender ProVobis?

Sanders Gabbard 2020 !

I’d love it😃

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I think it will be closer in NH with Warren.

Interesting. I suppose if I was an American I would want him to win more than anyone else.

Bernie Sanders is not someone that I want to see as President.

Sanders is a good communicator though. For selling himself and his campaign, the Senator communicates much better than the other Democratic candidates. That tends to go over well with voters.

They are ALL serious contenders now, which is problematic for the Trump campaign.

The best advice (and its worth what they pay me for it…nothing) I could give the committee to reelect the President would be to shut remain silent until there is one candidate to focus on…taking shots at the candidate of the month, week, day, hour, or minute in every news story or poll is only going to make them look petty.

And couple that with an undisciplined candidate of their own who has a history of saying things (and worse, doing things) without thinking to gain a political advantage hasn’t worked so well…he may have hurt, or even sunk Biden (it is too early to decisively make those claims, however), POTUS himself has become damaged goods through unwise and impetuous acts with all but his base…cross over, or non-base voters seem to hav e left him, based on his disapproval rating,

June to November, not January to November will tell the tale.

Odds are against any Senator winning the electoral college in Nov. Looking back, there’s Hillary, Kerry, Gore, Dole, Mondale, McGovern, Humphrey, and I guess you can include McCain. All lost the electoral college. Why that is I don’t know but I wouldn’t put any money on them.

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ProVobis . . . .

Odds are against any Senator winning the electoral college in Nov. Looking back, there’s Hillary, Kerry, Gore, Dole, Mondale, McGovern, Humphrey, and I guess you can include McCain. All lost the electoral college. Why that is I don’t know but I wouldn’t put any money on them.

Good points ProVobis.
I just don’t see Bloomberg as a serious contender for president.

For Vice President? Possibly.

Bloomberg brings a lot of money to the table and the leftist candidates that remain among the Democrats will like that. Last time the DNC was broke and needed Hillary-bucks to help them pay their bills (probably one of the reasons why the Democrats rigged the election in 2016). My guess is they are still needing money too in addition to what the Dem candidate will, but I have not bothered to search for their financial reports.

(Don’t get me wrong. Right-leaning candidates like money for their elections and “war chests” too. Just we are talking about the leftists here that remain among the more socialist candidates.)

I prefer Gabbard - Sanders.

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She is certainly easier on the eyes than Bernie lol

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redal on the Democrat candidates for 2020 President . . . .

They are ALL serious contenders now . . .

Well there ya go!

For all those interested in supporting Deval Patrick his Democrat campaign website is . . . .

https://devalpatrick2020.com/

Democratic presidential candidate former Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick speaks to local residents during a stop at the Sykora Bakery, Monday, Nov. 18, 2019, in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. (AP Photo/Charlie Neibergall)

Deval Patrick cancels presidential campaign stop after two people attend

Bailey Vogt - The Washington Times
Thursday, November 21, 2019

Deval Patrick, former Massachusetts governor and a recent entry into the 2020 Democratic presidential race, canceled a campaign event on Wednesday after only two people showed up.

Mr. Patrick was slated to speak at the historically black Morehouse College in Atlanta Wednesday, but CNN reported he axed the event when “he arrived and learned that he would not have an audience.” . . .

. . . This isn’t the first event to draw a small audience; The New York Times took a picture of an almost empty audience at a Monday campaign stop. . . .

Here is political satirist Mark Dice with a real actual CNN photo of (what I would term) a Deval Partrick “Rally”.

(Dice was wrong about Patrick being out by Christmas.)

Or you can see it at 6 minutes and 10 second into it here . . . .

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